Social Sciences:

ANT 101

Anthropology

Lecture, 3 Credit hours

An overview of key elements in the study of early cultures, with an emphasis on selected early societies, their basic belief systems, myths, and values thereby generating respect for diversity. Can fulfill social science requirement or serve as a General Education elective.

HUM 210

Gender Studies

Lecture, 3 Credit hours

This course is a historical investigation of how specific cultures represent gender difference. Students examine a variety of cultural forms and phenomena including film, television, literature, music, popular movements, and institutions. Can fulfill social science requirement or serve as a General Education elective. (ENG 102)

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

Lecture, 3 Credit hours

This course is an introduction of human mental processes and behavior. This course serves as an overview of the history of psychology and the major fields within psychology with an emphasis on developing an understanding of psychology as the science of human thought and behavior. Can fulfill social science requirement or serve as a General Education elective.